Keurig K75 Water Pump Replacement
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Here is how to replace the water pump of a Keurig Select Brewer that may have been destined for the garbage but it was quickly saved. This may not be a toy for some but it sure is to me.
- Author: Dans iPod Repair
- Time required: 30 minutes
- Difficulty: Easy
Here is a brewer that had mysteriously stopped working so i set out to fix it.
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Here is the water pump.
Inlet, remove the two screws as it is attached to the pump
Remove these screws to free the pump. once free *carefully* cut the cable ties on the two hoses so it can be removed
Once all the lines are free you will need to un-solder the two wires attached to the pump so that it can be fully removed.
And there you have it. If you have a new one you can now install it.
don't forget to replace those zip ties you cut off
If you don't have a new one you can try to fix this one by removing these four screws and removing any blockage.
Now Keurig doesn't stock spare parts, so unless you can get your hands on another broken machine you will need to fix the existing motor or source a new one. Radio Shack stocks small motors like this, they won't be exact but with a little modification you should be able to get it working.